UNIV. OF FL LIA.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
for sale by the SuperintendenrT ofDcum ents. Washington D. C. - Pric6c en s
Approved Code No. 201K--Amendment No. 1
Registry No. 912-11.
NAITIONVAL RECOVERY ADM]EINISTR`EAT[ION\
AM ENDMRENT TO SUPIPLEM E]NTAR~Y
COD)E OF" FAIR COMPETITION
]FUR WHOLESALING AND
(A~f Division of the Wholesaling or Distributing Trade)
AS APPROVED ON OCTOBER 27, 1934
WE DO OUR PART
This publication is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, D. C., and by district offices of the Bureau of Foreign
and Domestic Commerce.
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Approved Code N'o. 201K-Amendment N~o. 1
AllTIENDMENTT TO SUPPLEMGENTALRY CODE OF FAIR
FUR WHOLESALING BAND DI[STRIIBUT~I[NG 'PTRAD)Ef
As Approved on October 27, 1934
ArenoRxO~~ AMIENDMEGNT Or SUPPLEMrENcTARY CODE OF FAIR COMr-
P~ETITION FOR THE FUR 'IIOLFRALIS NG) AD B.sTHIBUTING TRADE
A DIV~ISIONS OF THEIE WHULESA~LING OR DIS1TRIBUTING TRADE
An app'lication hearing been duly made! pursuant to andi in full com-
pliance with thle prov~isionls of Title I of th~e National Industrial
R ecovery Act, approv\edl June 16, 1933, for approvl\al of an amendlr-
ment to the Supp-lemlentlr~y Code~ of Fair Com~petition for the Fiur
Whlolesaling and D~istr'ibutling Tra~de to the Code of Fair Coml-
petition for the Whli~olel;aling~ or Distr~ibutingr Trade~, and hlearings
having; been duly heldl thereon and the annexed~ report on said amlendl-
ment, containing findings w-ithl respect thereto, having b~eel n made and
dir~ectedc- to the Presideit :
NETOW, TH~ERiEFO RE, onl beh~alf of the Presidntll of the Unitedr'
States, the National Indlrustrial Recovery Board, pulrsuant to atut~hor-
it vstd n t yExecutivee Ordcers of thet PresidenIt, inlcludingr Ex-
ecti~vest~ Orde br No.885, datted Septemrber 27, 1934, and othierwise,
dloes hererby incorporate, byT references, said annexdc :rep~or~t and dloes
findl that said amnendmlent and the Supplementaryy Code as con-
stitutted after being amnended~r comply in all respects within the pertinetlt
provisions and ~ioll promoote thle policy and~ purposes of said Title
of said Act., and dloes hereby order that said amendment, be anid it is
thereby approved, and thzat the previous aproval of saidl S~upp~le-
mentary Code is hereby amended to include an appr~loval of said
Supplementary Code in its entirety as amended.
NiAnox0AL IN'DUSTRIAL IRECOV'ERY BOARD,
By G;. A. Lynnc~, A-dministratfive O~fficer.
ROBERT L. HIousTON,
WiASHIaTorow, D. C.,
Ocltobe 7, 193$.
REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT
The White House.
SmR: The Order approving the Supplementaryr Code of Fair Com-
petition for the Fur Wholesaling and Distributing Trade stayed the
applications of Section 1 and Section 2 of Atrticle VII of said Supple-
mnentary Code, pending further study anld investigation of the prob-
able effects of such provisions on the established practices and
markel;~tiner needs of the Trade~ and .Iea~~rninendatl~fions of the Divisional
Code Authority. Subsequent to the approval of said Supplementary
Code, the Div~isionatl Code Authority has conducted investigations
on thle subject and has submitted to the National -Industrial Recovery
Board for approval an amendment of said Section 1 of Article VII.
A public hearing on this amendment was held on September 25, 1934
at 1: 00 P. M. in Room 2062, Departmnent of Commnerce Building,
WPTashington, D. C. No objections of any sort were offered to the
amendment by members of this or any other T'rade.
The Deputy Administrator in his final report to the Nationlal In-
dustrial Recovery Board on said amendment to said Supplementary
Code having found as herein set forth and on the basis of all the
proceedings in this matter;
It finds that:
(a) The amendment to said Supplementary Code and the Supple-
mentary Code as amennded are well designed to promote the policies
and purposes of Title I of the National Industrial Recovery Alct
including the removal of obs~tructions to the free flow of interstate
and foreign commerce which tend to diminish the amount thereof,
and will provide~ for the genrar~lifl welfare by pronmoting the o~rga+ni-
zation of industry for the purpose of cooperative action among
tenslet groups, by inducingr and ma:i::. tai~ i ning united action of labor
and management under adceq-uate governmental sanction and super-
viSion, byI~ ehmmiiating unfair competitive practices, by promollcting~ the
fullest possible utilization of the present prodluctive capacity of the
industries, by avoiding undue restriiction of production, (exceplt as
mal~y be temporatrily requirede, b~y inlcreas~ing~ thle consumption of in-
dustrial and agricultural p7nroducts through increasing p~u'rciniingS
power, by reducing and relieving unemp~loyrment, by improving stand-
ardss of labor, nnan by~~ othe~rwise reshab;lit~ating industry.
(b) Th~e Suppleme~ntary Code as amelndled complies in all respects
w~ithl the pertinent provisions of said Title of said A~ct, including
without limlitation subsection (a) of Section 3, subsection (a) of
Section 7, and subsection (b) of Section 10 thereocc~f.
(c) The Supp'l~llrla nnt ry Code empowers the Divisional Code Au-
thor~ity to prltesnt the aforesaid amendment on behalf of the Industry
as a whole.
(d) Thle amendmennt andlc the Sup~lplemecnt arly Cod-e as mundedlclc are
not des~igned~ to and1 wFill not permit monollpolies or mlonop~olistic
(e) The~ amendmelntt and the Supplemcntaryy Codec as nlllnended
are :not des~ignedc to and will not elimilnate or oppres~s rlmall enterI-
pr~ises and will n1ot operatte to discr~imina~lte agalin~t them.
(f) Those engagedl in o~ther stepls of the economic p~r~orcss haver
not been de~r~ived~ of the right to be heard prior to the app~roval
of said amelndmnt.nt
For these reasons, therefore, it has alpprovedi~ thle amelment.l~n
For the National Industrial Reciovery Board:
G. A5. LPNcE,
AdmEiis ~tratlive O~ffler.
OCrTOBER 217, 119843.
AMENDMENT TO SUPPLEMENTARY CODE OF FAIR
COMPETITION FOR. TH-IE FUR WHltOLESALING AND
A DIVISION OF" T~HE ~TIIIOLESALINTG ORL DZ~I'T1TInnOIN TRADE
The Supplementary Code of Fair C~ompetition for the Fur Whole-
saling and Distribulting Trade is hereby amended by mtigSc
tion 1, Article VII, and substituting therefore the floig
1. The maximum terms for sale of fur garments are as followc~s:
eight per cent (8%0), ten (10) days, e. 0. m., six per cent (6%o), ten
(10) days, e. o. m., sixty (60) days extra; or net thereafter. Ship-
ments after the twenty-ninrth (29th) day of any month may be dated
as of the first day of the following month.
Approved Gode No. 201K~--Amendment No. 1.
Registry No. 912-11.
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